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Discussion in 'Show off your homemades!' started by Achso_42, Oct 9, 2013.
made from oak, multiplex & some wood I don't know anything about but it makes a good cap
Untitled? I guess it isn't real, maybe rendered in the computer
Seriously, beautiful frame. Great find and even better woodworking.
With bands attached to the other side,
it seems to me it´s just like Flippinouts
"Hairsplitter"? (the one that can be held like a bow..)
And an interesting multiplex extension!
First Impression was it could be laminated string..
Hey, very nice looking "pimped Natural"!
...is a Hare
Needs to be hypotized..
or one night in the freezer..
maybe multiple epoxy coatings..
But then it is a nice camouflage sniper slingy ..
I guess i wasn´t obvious enough
c o n f u s e d !
Sry, I´m confused.. never saw that name of the shooter written down,
retrospectively I found that I tried to approach that concept with the
"Fusion" Shooter i made for Flippinout, that´s why I recalled the (heard)
name.. but you got me thinking.. and THEN I got it
Hare< >Hair! (... ) I literally messed it up - making a Hare-Splitter
out of that split hair on top of the hare, here. Hear her erhhh... ?
What a mess!
Just like the Zen-Master at Subways: "One with all!"
That's a nice piece of work Achso! I like your thought to use multiplex as an endcap. The ability of the people on this forum to come up with new ideas never ceases to amaze me.
I like it
@withak: It's not my idea, tokSick(I think) came up with a similar one about a year ago(or was it someone else?)
Anyway, thanks for the nice comments.
I have a forward frame shooter also, shoots good as I bet this one does. Very nice! Love the laminate.
@BeMahoney English is tough enough without splitting hairs over spellings (I before E except after C, always kills me). I think that is why the other guy went with, "Bunny Buster".
The colors in the mystery wood endcap really pop. I like this one a lot.
What "killed" me was the picture of a ss so accurate that it can split
a HAIR (which obviously in both, german and english is a synonym for
But what it came to be here is why I love both languages..
it´s for the pictures a language comes with (and in return forms
the figurative thinking of a culture)..
in german you "sleep like a rock"..
in english you sleep like a log (which I like a lot better as a picture).
And all of this is even more interesting when it comes to humour..
.. but I dont want to be hare-splitting at that point
I just love to communicate with the people here!